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WADA is handling the ball. What scandal to expect after the 2018 FIFA World Cup?

Hundreds of thousands football fans, as well as journalists and politicians from around the world came to Russia to see the 2018 FIFA World Cup which gave them a chance to enjoy perfect organization, outstanding security measures and of course splendid entertainment at the stadiums. There’ve been plenty of positive reports on the hosting country. The football players liked the ...

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United Nation of the Space

Let us start with an axiom that is, unfortunately, often ignored by politicians – humanity is vulnerable. Our species is concentrated on one mother planet. Another large asteroid, an explosion of a super volcano, or an unsuccessful (for us) virus mutation will be enough to make the humanity devastated. Of course, the same fate awaits the population of the Earth ...

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Is there a civil society in Russia?

There is an old tradition in the West to criticize Russia for the lack of civil society. It’s generally accepted that the Russian government knows only an authoritarian management style and immediately suppresses any forms of civil self-determination and self-organization, which aren’t controlled by it. But is that true? To understand the issue, first, let us recall what content has ...

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Ukraine’s information war: how a ‘victim’ transformed into an ‘aggressor’

Upfront support provided by the USA and European countries has resulted in Kiev’s inability to react adequately to differences in views with its Western partners. Now that Ukrainian leadership cannot get what it wants by default, Kiev resorts to manipulation. Ukrainian politicians, diplomats and media do not need much reason to call upon conscience of their Western friends and, in ...

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Austro-Hungarian heritage in current European Union

It is no secret that for some inhabitants of the European House it is not the first experience of coexistence within one State or supra-State structure. A lot of them are not yet free from grudges against their EU partners and other neighbors for violating their country’s sovereignty. Ireland and Great Britain, the Balkan States and Turkey, Poland and Germany, ...

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